Miller's Ale House currently has 4 New Jersey locations and according to 42freeway.com, the restaurant chain hopes to open a 5th location by the spring.

Last summer, 42freeway.com reported that the Don Pablo's Tex-Mex restaurant had abruptly closed in Deptford.  Then in September, the site reported that Miller's Ale House was taking over the site where Don Pablo's was located.

Now, 42freeway.com says, "crews have been removing the complete interior of the former Don Pablos Restaurant to make way for the Miller’s buildout."

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If you're not familiar with Miller's Ale House, it's a chain that, according to its website, opened its first restaurant in 1988 in Jupiter, FL.  They describe themselves as "a casual sports restaurant and bar with freshly-made food."

Of the 4 current New Jersey locations, only one is in South Jersey.  That's on Route 73 in Mt. Laurel.  (The other NJ locations are in Paramus, Rockaway, and Woodbridge).

There are also several Miller's locations in the Philadelphia area, including one located near the Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne, PA.

42freeway.com says that while there is no official opening date for the Deptford location, they have heard that owners hope to have the restaurant opened by the spring.